Photo Credit: Photo of reconstruction of Rukari Palace, Nyanza, Rwanda. Photo by Amakuru, Creative Commons (2006). Map Credit: Google Maps.
Links to General Resources
Africa.com Rwanda Museum Guide
Rwanda Country Profile page from UCLA African Studies Center
Link to Rwanda heritage laws page from the World Wide Web Library of African Archaeology
Oxford Bibliographies Archaeology of Eastern Africa page
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Stanford University Libraries Africa South of the Sahara Rwanda page
UNESCO World Heritage Centre Rwanda page
Archaeology, Paleoanthropology, and Cultural Heritage Project/Institute/Society Websites
British Institute in Eastern Africa
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News and Media
Past Horizons: Iron Smelting in Rwanda
Tutsi Basketry from the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History
Links to Recently Published (2014-2016) Scholarly Journal Articles and Book Chapters Concerning Archaeology and Material Cultural Heritage in Rwanda
Archaeological evidence for modes of air supply into iron smelting furnaces in the African Great Lakes region. 2016. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 51. DOI:10.1080/0067270X.2016.1210365.
Archaeological Ethics and Violence in Post- genocide Rwanda. John Giblin. 2015. Ethics and the Archaeology of Violence, edited by Alfredo González-Ruibal & Gabriel Moshenska, pages 33-50. Springer, New York. ISBN 978-1-4939-1642-9 ISBN 978-1-4939-1643-6 (eBook) DOI 10.1007/978-1-4939-1643-6.Edwinus C. Lyaya.
Contributions of archaeological geophysics to field research in Sub-Saharan Africa: past, present, future. Carlos Magnavita. 2015. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 51(1):115-141. DOI:10.1080/0067270X.2016.1150084.
Commentary: some reflections on ethical developments in African archaeology. Andrew Reid. 2014. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 49(2):255-260. DOI:10.1080/0067270X.2014.918766
Making metalis in East Africa and beyond: archaeometallurgy in Azania, 1966-2015. Louise Iles & Edwinus Lyaya. 2015. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 50(4):481-494. DOI:10.1080/0067270X.2015.1102941.
Political and Theoretical for the Archaeological Identification of Precolonial Twa, Tutsi, and Hutu in Rwanda. John Giblin. 2015. In Ethnic Ambiguity in the African Past: Materiality, History, and the Shaping of Identities, edited by François G. Richard & Kevin C. MacDonald, pages 217-234. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek. ISBN: 978-1-62958-007-4.
Toward a politicised interpretation ethic in African archaeology. John Daniel Giblin. 2014. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 49(2):148-65. DOI:10.1080/0067270X.2014.906186.
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